Cosmetic Skin Treatments Work Even Better with VISIA!

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If you are looking for a way to get an in-depth look at the health of your skin, and track the efficacy of your skincare, look no further than the VISIA Complexion Analysis tool.  Designed to work in-tandem with a variety of anti-aging and cosmetic skin treatments, the VISIA tool uses UV light and specialized flashes to record and measure the condition of your skin.

With the information provided by the tool, you can track the skin in six key areas—even damage that isn’t visible to the naked eye:

·       Sun/UV exposure (melanin clusters beneath the skin that occur due to sun damage)

·       Wrinkles (both fine and deeper wrinkles)

·       Pore size (areas of large or visible pores)

·       Brown spots (freckles, sun spots, melasma)

·       Redness (rosacea, spider veins, inflammation)

·       Rough skin texture (analyzation of skin smoothness)

·       Porphyrins (bacteria that can lead to acne)

With the information gleaned from these intense images of your skin, targeted treatment options can be identified and then incorporated into a comprehensive skincare protocol, which should include cosmetic skin treatments, medical grade skincare and like with everything else –sun protection. 

To get the most out of the VISIA tool, you must work one on one with a trained clinician, who will break down the results to help you understand what the pictures are saying about the health of your skin, and then help you create a customized skincare regimen that best addresses the issues raised by the scan.

One of the best things about the VISIA Complexion Analysis tool is that the analysis is lightning fast, and results only take about 20 seconds.  With the VISIA Complexion Analysis tool, you no longer need to guess at what is the best skincare regimen for you skin, you can let your skin tell you from the inside out. For an in-depth introduction to this unique technology and your free consultation, contact Norah Clair Aesthetics today!

Posted on September 22, 2016 .